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. significant rainfall has caused roads to to be inendaenindate d of oregon are experiencing dry conditions. the next storm system is on its way. rainfall total could reach 230 millimeters in parts of oregon into wednesday morning. lots of rain is going to be pounding across this location. very warm for this time of year in many locations. 13 in chicago and 21 degrees expected in washington on tuesday. here is the extended forecast. >> that's all if this edition of "newsline." thanks for joining us.
, un frente e frio estará entrando especialmente en oregon y washington, asiu que mucho cuidado en las autopistas después de esta serie de tormentas y finalmente se calma pero va a seguir lloviendo, alcanzando cerca de los 50 para la abahia y por la noche empezará el cambio a la región, estaría llegando la lluvia, pero frio certeramente, condiciones en san jose también, las condiciones mejoran, cuidense mucho, buenas noches, que descnse. >> >>> investigan si los pagicidad en el agua de la llave podria haber ciertos pesticidas para matar las bacterias pero que también estaría matando bacterias del sistema inmune, asi que no se ha declarado nada, pero por el momento cotinue tomandola. >> esta en mayor reisgode contener cancer para algunas dolencias. >> esta listo enrique con un adelanto. >> una red de tranfico se extiende por varios estados del pasi, esto y más, los esperamos. >> >>> ya comenzaron a llegarsus fotos y gracias por enviarnosla y también les damos las
created a pretty crazy situation in oregon. take a look at the story from kpic. you are looking at the river. the water is moving swiftly due to the heavy rain. look what is floating down that river. that is actually a boat dock along with several boats still attached. if you notice there is a man still standing on that dock. >> do you think he was just on the dock and it started floating? >> these were his boats. according to reports the man on the dock floating down this river is larry allen strain. >> you okay? good. >> is it sad that i find this completely hilarious. >> i think a lot of people find it funny but they have to figure out how to get this guy to safety. so crews from the fire district number 2 spring into action and they send out the rescue boat. when the rescue boat got out to this dock larry strain did not want to get in. he wanted them to get a bigger boat. >> he is a real captain going down with his ship. >> this is something that he probably loves to death. >> authorities say strain was warned that he would be arrested if he didn't get into the rescue boat.
trunk. they beat the 22-year-old and stole his car for joy riding. >>> and oregon couple also had some incredible luck on their side when a 100 foot tall tree fell on their car. the couple had just returned from house hunting when a gust of wind sent the tree crashing down. both lunged toward the car floor. they survived that freak accident with minor injuries. unbelievable. >>> one zoo in oregon has a big task for their newest arrival. a baby asian elephant was born at the zoo last week and now she needs a name. and they're looking for your help. the zoo is holding an online vote to decide between names through sunday evening. the names come all from thai inspiration. they range in meaning from good hearted to glorious or simply just perfection. >>> all right. how about a little sports? we'll start with monday night football. redskins and giants. washington's robert griffin iii ran an option play as he was tackled. the football came loose but it went right into the hands of the right guy, teammate joshua morgan. he scooped up the fumble and took it in for the touchdown. the skins beat
their children. one is ashland, oregon. >> you're walking? >> yeah. what am i going to do with the baby scooter? this is our neighborhood, and we love it because we can walk everywhere. ashland is a very safe town compared to almost every place else in america. >> narrator: it's a college town, the home of an annual shakespeare festival, where a well-off, educated populace has easy access to alternative organic food co-op and yoga centers. >> go get 'em! >> narrator: jennifer margulis, a writer with a ph.d in english literature, is the mother of four children. >> when my daughter was born in 1999, the nurse bustled in with her tray and said, "okay, it's time for your hepatitis b vaccine." and i looked at my daughter and i looked at the nurse, and i said, "isn't hepatitis b a sexually transmitted disease?" and i said, "why am i supposed to vaccinate my newborn baby against a sexually transmitted disease?" and the nurse got really mad. >> narrator: margulis went on to research and write about vaccines, and, in 2009, published a long article about the vaccine debate in "mothering magazine," a maga
near you. >>> northern california, oregon, and washington state are getting just pummeled with rain, and it's the fourth storm in a row since last wednesday which means there's been no time to recover each time these places get hit, and flooding damage, well, just look at your screen, it's an absolute mess. we have crews covering every angle of this storm. dan simon is in lafayette, california, which is in the northeast part of oakland. there's a massive sinkhole there. chad myers is in the cnn weather center watching these storms as they develop. dan, let me start with you. what's the story on the sinkhole? >> reporter: well, as you said, ashleigh, it is a real mess out here. let me show you what's going on. you can see crews here removing some of the debris. this is a massive sinkhole. this is 80 feet long, 15 feet deep, 40 feet wide. let me explain how this happened. there's a creek that runs beneath the concrete, and it got clogged up and it just washed away all the dirt, and with that the road. you got the whole street closed. it's going to be closed for several months. what cr
will do. that's right. everyone's favorite uncle that lives in oregon that no one ever sees. a group of atheists have ruined christmas by forcing the removal of... i need a classic christmas symbol. (laughing) dam it, brian, we're trying to do something here. go sit in the car. >> a nativity scene jon: thank you, nativity scene. some people are still grown-ups over there. okay. all right. so we're done. let's see if we can put that altogether, shall we >> athee i haves seemed to have ended a 60-year-old christmas tradition in santa monica california >> a federal judge backing sapt a monica's decision to no longer allow nativity scenes at a public park >> jon: oh, my god, that is such an out... (snoring). christmas has become a rote observance. devoid of all its original spiritual meaning. even if it's most ardent opponents have seen doubt creep? >> a lot of people, for whatever reason, will look at this interview today and they'll say, gretchen carlson and doreen costa are nuts. okay. they're so nuts because they think that there's this made-up war on christmas. we're not news. are w
the day. flooding not a concern. this is the long- range outlook. the entire west coast from oregon to mexico is forecast to be drier than normal so you want some dry weather clear things out? after wednesday we look dry for a while. tomorrow tuesday highs in the low 60s. oakland 62. santa clara 63. los altos 64. wet tomorrow evening through the day on wednesday. after that, it's not going to be warm or perfectly sunny but it's certainly going to be dry. >> but the problem with garden variety rain my garden is already flooded. >> you walk in your yard, smush, smush, smush, you ruin a pair of shoes out there today. >> thanks. >>> the royal couple is expecting an heir. news of the pregnant came out early because kate middleton was taken to the hospital to be treated for morning sickness. apparently this severe sickness sometimes indicates twins adding to the royal baby hype. the baby will be third in line for for this roan. >> reporter: someone made an offer for the mansion on billionaires row. $34million. mike sugerman explains why some are calling this a steal. >>> reporter: the ric
'm not a resident of san francisco. i am a resident of sunny valley. i came from oregon in 62 to work and on the way down my dad gave me a talk. go to the tenderloin. that's a weird place or whatever so i didn't happen to tour there, but i now appreciate the diversity of san francisco and the comment -- well, that's the home of the fruits and nuts" and do something else. is there a camera here that i'm not looking at? up there. >> you can look wherever you want. >> okay. i want to call your attention from the issue of a parent in terms of body shame and that's the nudity part of this. it's just a small piece but it was mentioned in the whole thing and people who are afraid to have their kids see naked people. well, we all grow up nude when we start out and the whole issue is how do we approach this growing up? this book went through a study and five years at least of groups that were grew up in a nudist home and swimming pools and versus another group that grew up in textile homes and followed the children through puberty andel doing with the opposite sex and young adults and
yesterday morning here on the "full court press." len calling from north bend, oregon. hey, len, good morning. >> caller: good morning, bill. >> bill: hi. >> caller: with all of this talk of cutting entitlements, it has been going on for quite awhile. >> bill: yeah. >> caller: i haven't heard a single politician on either side of the aisle talk about raiding the cap on -- raising the cap on what a tax pater pays to fica. it is $110,000 i believe right now. if it were doubled, that would make social security completely solvent. it where be -- >> bill: forever. >> and how come -- what am i listening to here? >> bill: i think -- here what it is, len. you're right by the way. that's the quickest way the fairest way the easiest way and the best way to fix social security. but the obama administration and harry reid right now democrats don't want social security even on the table because it is not connected. the republicans -- want it there because they want to cut social security but the democrats are saying look, soc
, oregon. halfway through the second act, at long last, george shows up and the fractured city hall backdrop begins to fill with floating lights outlining the golden gate bridge and we hear tony bennett sing his legendary recording of "i left my heart in san francisco." and then the character of george, sometimes mouthing the words, sometimes singing them quietly, moves towards john without looking, for he cannot look at his son. and he touches john's heart and then he moves away towards the city hall of john's memory and john set the stairs in the way that george did, cocky and sexy, cruel as all get out. and then the song ends. and i notice the woman sitting next to me crying. and after the play is over, after the standing ovation of tony's brave and beautiful play, as people start to leave the theater, this woman, she remains in her chair and it seems she cannot move. i gently asked her if she's all right. and she nods. and she says without looking at me because she couldn't look at me, "i got to see my mayor again." so, maybe through art we can see again. about a month ago i bra
gathered in california on a ranch on the southern oregon coast. the project supposed to be the start of a campaign to establish some of the world's fastest growing trees around the globe to compaq--combat global warming. >> detroit mayor dave bing has settled the betti lost in san francisco mayor ed lee over the world series. the mayor has agreed upon a day of service performed in the winner city as well as a tour of some businesses there. yesterday's be brought back into the offices of twitter as well as green start, a design studio for digital clean tech startups. they ended their day at at&t park, where the mayor met with members of junior giants youth programs. being returned to detroit today. >> nasa's long-running voyager 1 spacecraft, has entered a new region at the edge of the solar system. and as close to existing debt as exiting it for ever. scientists have dubbed this region the magnetic highway and it is the last of the for interstellar space or the space between stars. the findings were presented yesterday at a meeting in san francisco. the findings --voyager 1 and its t
inches of rain. this is northern california, through oregon. the flooding, the roads eroding away. the rock slides. the tree slides, the power outages. they get another day like that. and look at where we're lining up thunderstorms today. this is very good news. we're just looking at the drought report this morning. and anywhere from the plains along the general mississippi river valley, it is extremely, incredibly dry. big part of this country is in drought. and this rain can help just a little bit. so, some soaking showers in all that area where the heat has just been sitting. and you look towards the east, we're getting the record temper >> all that weather was brought to you by oral b. josh, elizabeth, george, sam? >> josh. george. sam. >>> coming up, royal mother-to-be. will kate follow in diana's footsteps when it comes to raising a future king or queen? >>> and better ways to save taken to extremes. a woman so obsessed with couponing, it actually harmed a woman so obsessed with couponing, it actually harmed her health. way it moves. the way it cleans. everything about the o
latitude. they're going to get hammered near the oregon border, but we're going to see a lot less rain. the computer model is really bullish on them. the system i'm tracking is out in the pacific. there's a pretty decent ridge of high pressure sending everything to the north. this area slips south as we go into tomorrow. today was a nice cool and dry day. showers and sprinkles return to the north bay tomorrow. a few sprinkles for us. as we get into wednesday morning, i think that's the bulls eye for a more significant rain, which would be quarter of an inch, 10th of an inch. it is san francisco, redwood city. the model is going to do this. the computer model gets you tomorrow. there's the morning commute. that's no big deal. san rafael drizzle. there's the afternoon commute, maybe some drizzle. overnight, wednesday at 2:00 a.m., wednesday at 5:00 a.m. that's not a big deal. then wednesday at 1:00 and then it's gone. we'll watch it for you. right now, you look at something like that, you might not even have to change your outdoor plans. i'm thinking you'll be fine tomorrow for most are
really well organized, at least for our latitude. they're going to get hammered near the oregon border, but we're going to see a lot less rain. the computer model is really bullish on them. the system i'm tracking is out in the pacific. there's a pretty decent ridge of high pressure sending everything to the north. this area slips south as we go into tomorrow. today was a nice cool and dry day. showers and sprinkles return to the north bay tomorrow. a few sprinkles for us. as we get into wednesday morning, i think that's the bulls eye for a more significant rain, which would be quarter of an inch, 10th of an inch. it is san francisco, redwood city. the model is going to do this. the computer model gets you tomorrow. there's the morning commute. that's no big deal. san rafael drizzle. there's the afternoon commute, maybe some drizzle. overnight, wednesday at 2:00 a.m., wednesday at 5:00 a.m. that's not a big deal. then wednesday at 1:00 and then it's gone. we'll watch it for you. right now, you look at something like that, you might not even have to change your outdoor plans. i'm think
or rain this morning. mainly in oregon and eureka and crescent city now. impressive shield of clouds coming our way that's why i think we'll see the sprinkles become more light rain in the north bay noon, rain steady north bay 4:00, starting to head into the heart of the bay, it will be in most of the bay by 7:00. temperatures starting off around 50, hang out in the mid uper 50s at noon, near 60 by 4:00, back to the 50s by 7:00. tomorrow the rain will be steady in the morning, tomorrow's morning commute will be the one most affected by the wet weather. scattered showers wednesday afternoon. drier pattern thursday hangs around through at least friday >>> so far, so good many san jose 87 northbound past hp pavilion, you can see traffic moving at the limit light dry roads no problems northbound through san jose 80 westbound past golden gate fields and university avenue into the berkeley curve, emeryville and the macarthur maze is at the limit. a little busier, i don't see stalls or accidents or slowing for your 80 east shore commute. good news for mass transit, muni back on track, all p
temperatures in the east. but here is the next storm system, portions of oregon, northern california, and washington, you will, again, get an additional 1", 3" or 4" of rain and 1' to 2' of snow in was -- the cascades. >>shepard: we went to bed here in december and woke up in june. what the hell is going on in the northeast? >>guest: a cold prompt and ahead of that front very warm, humid air. my husband was putting the christmas decorations up in a short sleeved t-shirt, 60 right now in new york, and 71 in raleigh, 10- to 20-even 30 degrees above where we should be and record highs in some cases and records for the month of december. oklahoma city, 79 yesterday. washington, dc, 71. chicago, 70. but the temperatures are going to drop. this time tomorrow, 40 in chicago and the cold air will visit us in the northeast, as well. >>shepard: well, it is december. santa cannot get here if it is cold he will end up in florida. >> scam artists are stealing hundreds of thousands of identities to get their hands on billions of our tax money and we are learning more about the warning with nfl pla
. >>> a baby elephant at the oregon zoo needs a name. the zoo wants you to help. you can go to oregonzoo.com. how cute is that. >>> and a plane crashed and caused the immediate yoo to go crazy but it was just a taping for "chicago fire." but a tv station there reported it as breaking news. and then they had to go back on the air saying, sorry, it's not real. ouch. >>> that wraps up this hour of "jansing & co." i'm chris jansing. thomas roberts is up next. >> it looked real to me. who knows. chris, thank you so much. the slow drag of the end of the fiscal cliff, most parties would like americans to think that they have political parachutes but neither democrats or republicans want to take that plunge. how to achieve a center, bob casey is joining me. and then iran claiming that they have an american drone in its possession and how america is e debunking that claim. >>> and michelle obama, does she have aspirations beyond the mom in chief? lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup ca
oregon, mr. defazio, for five minutes. mr. defazio: well, yesterday the republicans released a vague press release saying it constituted a counteroffer to the president's road map to avoid driving over the fiscal cliff. now, the republican plan purports to cut $1.3 trillion and raise $800 billion in new revenues. it did contain four specifics. four. cut medicare specific number one. $600 billion. cut medicaid, pays for nursing homes for seniors, of course. priority number two. three, cut the adequate cola for seniors on social security. even though 40% of seniors depend principally or totally upon social security and the cola already underestimated inflation particularly for medicare, essentials they need. cut that. not a driver of the deficit but, hey, cut that. one more specific. preserve the bush-era tax rates for income over $250,000. it's not a tax increase for everybody who earns over $250,000. it's only the income over $250,000 that would get additional taxes if the bush-era rates went away and the president's proposal was passed. but, no, they want to preserve -- totally pres
. >> give him some coal. >>> just like the grinch, someone in oregon is stealing christmas trees. five swiped from an outdoor lot. the first time in 51 years the family owned lot hit by thieves. sadly a significant hit for the owners who say business has been dropping dramatically in the past few years. they say more people are buying their trees at big box stores. christmas trees, if you're going to buy real trees, they're not cheap. >> how much are they? >> i paid $65 for a six-foot tree. you can pay up to $150 if you want a larger one. i just don't have any room. >> you've got tony vest in plastic. store it until next year. >> go to the bronx. >> go to the bronx. thank you, willis. >>> there are still people with christmas spirit to spare, thank goodness. case in point, 84-year-old joyce smith, decorating ever green trees along highways in iowa for more than 20 year. well, she and her husband james have decorated 60 trees so far this season. joyce brings her decorations along wherever she may go. when she went to visit her sister in another town she stopped along the way to give a f
to northern california, also oregon, washington state, getting soaked again by the fourth storm just since wednesday. this dangerous weather made for pretty scary situation for an oregon couple. look at this. see this car? looks like half a car now. narrowly escaped being crushed by a tree. >> it is a miracle. it is hard to believe still that we were in there. that's our car. or was. >> wow. some places have seen nearly two feet of rain in just this past week. dan simon is in lafayette, california. just northeast of oakland, where there is this huge, huge sinkhole. i'm guessing you're standing somewhere near it, dan. show me what it is and how they're going to fix it. >> reporter: yeah, hey, brook, we're standing in the middle of this enormous sinkhole in lafayette, california, about 20 miles east of san francisco. you can see some of the crews here clearing away the debris. let me explain to you how this happened. there is actually a creek that runs underneath this, or it did. and it basically got clogged and it tore away all the dirt, all the mud, and with it brought down the street. you
in oregon. >> caller: hi, stephanie. thanks for taking my call. i have a couple of points i would like to make. if i'm not wrong, this so-called fiscal cliff was created by legislation that was passed as a result of the debt crisis a couple of years ago. >> stephanie: that's right. >> caller: this is where obama snookered the republican party. >> stephanie: yeah. >> they agreed to this. >> stephanie: we said that at the time and we still got downgraded because of the republicans, but you are absolutely right. >> caller: yes and grover norquist on sunday on david marshmallow's show, said that obama was going to take us over the fiscal cliff. >> stephanie: yes, and it is because of republicans. you know what the funny names for republicans, just leave that to us. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: david marshmallow. yeah. hi, bob. >> caller: good morning. i just wanted to call about the bob costas thing and just say i started shooting when i was ten year's old, and i still believe there is a place for regulation in gun control. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> caller: a
of northern california, and the hits just keep on coming. medford, oregon, over 7 inches. san francisco proper saw four inches in six days and that is significant for san francisco. not raining in frisco right now but in sacramento you're about to get some. this is just light stuff. going to begin to increase. the heavy stuff right now is in seattle and portland. this will begin to slide down to the south as our next punch of moisture comes through later on today and tonight. an inch or two is all we expect. maybe a little bit more in the mountains. again it's pretty high snow levels here, so we're not really storing a lot of that snow like we'd like to. speaking of snow, not a whole lot of it in places like chicago, the rocky mountains, as well. and it's been warm across much of the east coast. you get a bit of a cooldown over the next few days. temperatures could be record breaking across the eastern quarter of the country. >> record breaking. it was beautiful. it was 60 something in new york and washington, d.c. >> all right, thanks, rob. seven minutes past the hour. new this morning the he
hit washington, oregon, and northern california today and more heavy rain is expected to pound the region through tomorrow. flooding is causing problems like sinkholes. cnn's dan simon is standing in front of a huge one in lafayette, california. dan, another round of storms is coming, as wolf said. can that rain-soaked area handle anymore rain? >> reporter: well, it's just a mess, kate, and the forecast is bad news for these rain-soaked communities. let me explain where i am. i'm in lafayette, california, standing inside a sinkhole. this is pretty dramatic. it's 80 feet long, 40 feet wide, 15 deep. let me explain how this happened. the water was gushing beneath the road here. there's a creek. and basically, the soil just ripped away and it caused the street to cave in. crews have been working all day, trying to clear out these large chunks of concrete. they also had to create these alternative lines, these temporary lines for water and sewage to service this neighborhood, so they didn't, you know, go without basic services. the weather has been terrible here in the bay area for
from the progressive policy institute. we have senator bob packwood from oregon, former chairman of the senate finance committee, part of the 1986 negotiations. and the other folks here have been part of the conversation. my only message to the new arrivals, please jump in whenever you see fit. we have an hour to an hour and a half. if you hear something you want to weigh in on, don't wait for me. we're talking now about the other very small issue in this issue and that is tax policy and how best to put the nation on a sustainable fiscal path. the question of revenue, how much, where to get it, the options on the table and would like your thoughts. as you heard from chairman bachus. they need ideas to bridge this gap because we appear to be at a stale mate. i turn it over to john to get your thoughts knowing he has to leave and the center for american progress has come out with some ideas and john maybe you would like to weigh in on some of those and your thoughts on this debate. >> peter, i think following up on this morning's session, clearly to have a balanced approach we need
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